, the world’s leading Usenet access provider, and Internet Archive have partnered to preserve text newsgroups, which include discussions between people around the globe on virtually every subject imaginable.
Giganews serves consumers, Internet service providers, telecommunications companies, and multi-service operators in more than 196 different countries. As the industry leader in Usenet access service, on any given day tens of millions of Usenet postings are uploaded to Giganews' Usenet servers. Giganews optimizes Usenet delivery speeds to its global customer base by utilizing multi-homed Gigabit+ connections to multiple Internet backbones, and offers the highest retention rates in the industry.
“Since 1994, Giganews has been the world's leading Usenet access provider. Our Usenet servers provide the longest binary and text retention in the world with the fastest speeds,” said Sunday Yokubaitis, President of Giganews. “We are glad to be selected by the Internet Archive as their partner in obtaining and storing Usenet text newsgroups. Learn more about Giganews at http://www.giganews.com